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But, should that mean that eDiscovery companies need to be on call to assist with anything beyond an emergency during those late hour sessions? I’m not sure what the answer is, but I know the expectation will definitely be that support is available, which creates a problem for vendors, notably they owe their employees some work-life balance as well. If I’m a project manager on this review, I shouldn’t be expected to be available for…
Hmm, looks like Customs and Border Protection is taking aim at cars, and all the various information stored within: According to statements by Berla’s own founder, part of the draw of vacuuming data out of cars is that so many … Read More The post Linked: Your Car Is Spying on You. A CBP Contract Shows the Risks. appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing…
This is the danger. As someone who spends a lot of time working with M365, and with clients trying to manage those environments, apps are one area that scare me a little. This is one reason, as people get so … Read More The post Linked: Malicious Office 365 Apps Are the Ultimate Insiders appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
96% of US users opt out of app tracking in iOS 14.5, analytics find – Maybe it turns out when you actually make someone think about privacy, they like the idea? How to build a network at the beginning of your career The Right Way to Build Remote Work Accountability Building A Company Where All Employees Feel Valued Google is turning on two-factor authentication by default Why You Shouldn’t Send Business Data to Your Personal
I’m sure these statistics will not surprise anyone: “American workers’ productivity has increased dramatically since 1973. What has also increased sharply during that same period is the pay gap between productivity and pay. While productivity between 1973 and 2016 has … Read More The post Linked: In Praise of Doing Nothing appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
This is a frightening story. How many patients see their therapist without giving a second thought to where, and how, the therapist is keeping their notes. Probably not many. But, it can make a big difference, because if it’s not secure, those are your deepest, most private, conversations out there for all the world to see.… Read More The post Linked: They Told Their Therapists Everything. Hackers Leaked It All appeared first on Mike McBride
Take time off, real time off, not “no meetings during the day but catching up on emails for 4 hours that evening” time off, actual disconnected, unreachable, time away from work. And, encourage the people who work for you to do exactly that too.… Read More The post Linked: Feeling Burnt Out? Maybe It’s Because You Haven’t Taken A Real Day Off In A Year appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want…
Only 8% of Those Who Paid the Ransom Got ALL Their Data Back The Problem With Passwords is People Just When You Thought You Understood ESI – linked documents instead of attachments are becoming the norm, should the legal industry ignore that and consider them attachments? With Burnout on the Rise, Here’s the 1 Thing Managers Need to Do to Ensure Their Employees Feel Supported “Ultimately, a competent manager knows how to empathize. “ Data
I wish I could take credit for the line in the title. But, I can’t. It has, however, been rumbling around in my brain for the past couple of days since I heard John Amaechi say it on a recent episode of Adam Grant’s podcast “Worklife” (Go listen to the whole episode, it’s very thought-provoking) In an episode about how to build an anti-racist workplace, this was the line that sort of stopped not only…
Sadly, most of the mentions I’ve seen of these issues place the blame squarely outside of the employer. It’s the government’s fault for being too generous with stimulus checks and unemployment benefits, it’s the lockdowns and working from home, it’s the lack of daycare options, etc. What they all fail to mention, that this article at least starts to recognize, is that there are actually a lot of things employers could do.… Read More The…